Table 3.

Donor, recipient, and transplant characteristics for 270 deceased donor kidney transplants at Columbia University Medical Center according to classification of procurement and reperfusion biopsies

ParameterTotalHistologic Classification
Optimal on BothSuboptimal on ProcurementSuboptimal on ReperfusionSuboptimal on Both
N (%)270111 (41)37 (13)61 (23)61 (23)
Mean±SD or Column %
Donor characteristics
 Age, yr48±1342±1450±1351±1053±8
 Men, %62725746b61
 Black, %2223142521
 Final creatinine, mg/dl1.85±1.232.25±1.431.39±1.121.70±0.981.56±0.88
 BMI≥30 kg/m2, %3734413936
 Hypertension, %5337386778
 Diabetes, %146161726
 Expanded criteria donor, %4024324866
 KDRI1.54±0.391.37±0.371.54±0.321.66±0.391.71±0.35
 Import, %7772788084
Recipient characteristics
 Age at transplant, yr56±1455±1455±1458±1356±13
 Men, %6360497466
 Black2323222820
 BMI≥30 kg/m2, %3032322531
 Hypertension, %8887899188
 Diabetes, %4443534145
 EPTS, % (mean)4441464747
1-yr eGFR (CKD-EPI), ml/min per 1.73 m245±2153±2144±2243±21b36±18
Transplant characteristics
 HLA mismatches, no.4.5±1.14.4±1.34.3±1.04.7±1.24.6±0.8
 Cold ischemia time, h32±1031±1134±1133±1033±9
 Previous kidney transplant, %1514161316
 Multiorgan transplant, %23022
 Preemptive transplant, %4145413934
 ESKD time, yr2.1±3.11.7±2.42.1±2.62.5±4.62.3±2.6
Biopsy findings
 Wedge, %301950a2440
 No. of glomeruli procurement no./reperfusion no.)49/1948/1949/2148/1751/19
  • BMI, body mass index; KDRI, kidney donor risk index; EPTS, estimated post-transplant survival; CKD-EPI, Chronic Kidney Disease Epidemiology Collaboration.